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As early as 1828, the school attracted students from Cuba and England, as well as from the Cherokee Nation.
It had several names, including the Lawrenceville Classical and Commercial High School, the Lawrenceville Academy, and the Lawrenceville Classical Academy, before its current name, "The Lawrenceville School," was adopted during its refounding in 1883.
Other student-run publications include The First Amendment, a monthly political magazine founded in 2010; LMAG, a semesterly fashion magazine; The Contour, a newspaper on global issues; The Lawrenceville Historical Review, the school's annual history periodical; El Artículo, a Spanish publication, and The Lit, a literary magazine published three times a year.
The Lit was founded in 1895 by author Owen Johnson, who went on to write the Lawrenceville Stories.
An 18-acre (7.3 ha) area of the campus built then, including numerous buildings, has been designated a U. National Historic Landmark District, known as the Lawrenceville School National Historic Landmark.
One of the oldest preparatory schools in the United States, Lawrenceville was founded in 1810 as the Maidenhead Academy by Presbyterian clergyman Isaac Van Arsdale Brown.The village's pizza parlor, TJ's Pizzeria, remains a popular off-campus spot for students, as do Fedora's Café, the Maidenhead Bagel Co., and the Gingered Peach, a local bakery opened in 2013.